The Graduate Certificate of Business in Global Hotel Leadership provides the foundation in the Master of Business in Global Hotel Leadership. You will build upon your current business and hospitality experience and learn to work at a higher level of management on a global scale.

If you’re just looking for a short term boost in your skills or to advance your career, the Graduate Certificate in Global Hotel Leadership, a Southern Cross University degree delivered at The Hotel School, is an ideal way to boost your knowledge without committing to the full Master’s degree.

* Courses offered on our Brisbane Campus are NOT currently available for international students.

Course summary

  • 6 months full-time or part time equivalent
  • Sydney or Melbourne or Brisbane campuses
  • International students welcome
  • Start dates in February, June and November
  • 4 subjects
  • FEE-Help available.
  • CRICOS code 0101395

Course units

Core Unit

Advanced Communication
The Global Hotel Leader
The Global Hotel Landscape

Choose 1 Elective Units

Hotel Property and Operations
Creating the Hotel Customer

Admission & Fees

Domestic Students

Admission Requirements

  1. Equivalent to an Australian Bachelor degree (or demonstrated academic or professional standing equivalent)

2020 Course Fees

Each subject is $2,800

FEE-HELP is available to eligible students. Learn about FEE-Help

International Students

Admission Requirements

  1. Completion of Australian bachelor degree or equivalent
  2. English language comparable to Academic IELTS 6.0 with no band less than 5.5

2020 Course Fees

Each subject is $3,300
More on international study

*Tuition fees are in Australian dollars, are correct as of Nov 2019, and are subject to change. The annual tuition fee is based on completing 8 units per year. International Students are required to pay Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the duration of their visa in advance. In addition, students will be charged an annual Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF), and students may also be required to incur an indicative non-tuition fee of $1,500 to cover textbooks, stationery, internships or placements

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Work Integrated learning

Work Integrated Learning is a way for students to develop their skills outside of the classroom while studying for a Graduate Certificate of Business in Global Hotel Management.

Work Integrated Learning opportunities include:

  • Hayman Island Taster field trip
  • Singapore field trip
  • Winery/brewery/stadium tour
  • Leadership speaker series
  • Manager-for-a-Day experience
  • Skills2Work Food and Beverage course
  • Mock interview experience
  • Responsible Service of Alcohol course
  • Barista course
Philipp FrickhingerGeneral Manager

The atmosphere at The Hotel School in Australia was always professional and friendly, and many fellow students have become friends who I am still in contact with. Having started my education at a Swiss Hotel School, then coming to The Hotel School I found the teachers committed, the subjects interesting and the balance of study to work a great balance - Bachelor of Business in Hotel Management, graduated 2001

Career outcomes

Graduates will be able to advance their careers within a range of organisations within the tourism sector

  • Hospitality Outlets
  • Hotels
  • Events and Conferences
  • Cruise Ships
  • Airlines
  • Casinos and Clubs

What our students are saying

I loved the course structure and the size of the campus/student body as it reduced the amount of anxiety I had about starting uni and made it easier to make friends.
Lucy FistBachelor of Business in Hotel Management |
The skills and exposure learnt from a variety of subjects have helped immensely with the physical experiences and day-today operations I have come into contact with. Applying every subject from finance to strategic management and intrinsically linking text book studies to everyday business challenges is what I am thankful for within the workplace - Bachelor of Business in Hotel Management, graduated 2014
Michael StamboulidisGeneral Manager, Nominated For The 2014 Australian Hotels Association Rising Stars Award | Bigfoot Lodge, Niseko – Japan
I learnt skills that I have continued to use during my role in Management of Front Office. Building relationships along with networking is a crucial aspect of hospitality and my experience at The Hotel School has assisted with that. The Hotel school is very well known in the industry and fully prepares you for the challenges you will come across in the real world of hospitality.
Morgan MeredithFront Office Manager, TAA NSW 2016 Hotel Industry Rising Star Award Recipient | Shangri-La Sydney

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